All Mixed Up: Copying Mixed Size Originals on Your Xerox Multifunction Device

Have you ever needed to make a copy of letter size and legal size documents?  Well it can be difficult to do on some machines.  But not on your Xerox multifunction device (MFD).  You can easily copy mixed size originals by using the mixed size option on the copy layout tab.  Of course the paper sizes must be loaded in the machine.

To copy with mixed size originals select the Copy option and then select Layout Adjustment and then select Original Size.  In Original Size you will select the Mixed Sized Original setting.  These instructions may vary depending on the model of the machine you are using.  As always please consult the support page for your machine for instruction or for the user manual which will also have the instructions.  Not all machines have the mixed size original capabilities but many do.  So check it out for your machine either in the User Manual or at support.

I have included this little video about how to copy mixed size originals.  This video is based on a WorkCentre 7525/7530/7535/7545/7556  so your screens and instructions may be different.  But the video will give you a good idea of what the feature can do and how easy it is to use.

Remember a video may be available for your machine.  You can look to see if there are videos for your machine by going to the support page for your machine and looking for the video tab.  If the video tab is there check for a video on Mixed Size Originals.


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  1. Patricia January 31, 2013 - Reply

    What is the procces for running mixed statement and letter on the 7545

    • Cheryl Otstott January 31, 2013 - Reply

      Hi Patricia,
      Thank you for reading the At Your Service blog. Please take a look at the solution for setting up the paper attributes. These must be set properly so that the machine can switch trays for different size outputs. If this does not help please consider contacting your local support for additional information.

  2. Marilu April 22, 2016 - Reply

    Well I guess I don’t have to spend the weekend fiunrigg this one out!

    • Cheryl Otstott May 9, 2016 - Reply

      Hi Marilu,
      Thanks for reading the blog and I am glad we could help. I hope it was a good weekend for you!

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